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Incremental-Composite Sampling Designs for Surface Soil Analyses, Module 2 of 4
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Original Time/Date of Presentation:

February 21, 2012, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM, EST (19:00-21:00 GMT)

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Presentation Overview:

The topics covered over 2 hours in Module 2 will be 1) incremental averaging to improve estimates of the concentration mean; 2) composite searching to improve hotspot detection; and 3) limitations, caveats and quality control (QC) relevant to ICS. The presenters are Deana Crumbling (USEPA Superfund) and Robert Johnson (Argonne National Laboratory).

This seminar is one module of a four module series. We encourage you to register for all four modules if possible.


  • Repeat Introduction (Deana Crumbling)
  • Incremental Averaging: Improving Estimates of the Concentration Mean (Robert Johnson)
  • Composite Searching: Improving Hotspot Detection (Robert Johnson)
  • Incremental-Composite Sampling: Limitations, Caveats and QC (Deana Crumbling)
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